Marina High School suffers thousands of dollars worth of damage.

MARINA, Calif. - Marina high school suffered about $7,000 worth of damage this week.

According to Marina Police the high school was vandalized by several suspects during the nights of June 5 and June 7.

The vandalism included spray paint on walls and windows of almost the entire school. A mural painted on the high school multi-purpose room was also damaged.

The Marina Police Department investigated the incident and with the help of the school’s surveillance system identified four people were responsible.

Two 18-year-olds, Charles Gingles of Marina and Tyler Fuhrman from Prunedale were arrested and two juveniles ages 17 and 15 years old. 

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